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Morning Poem #33 by Scott F. Parker

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Scott F. Parker is the author of A Way Home: Oregon Essays and the editor of Conversations with Joan Didion, among other books. His recent essays and poems appear in Watershed Review, Oakwood, Open: Journal of Arts & Letters, and Rain Taxi Review of Books. Scott teaches writing at Montana State University and is online at Photo-low quality

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Author-in-hiding, Digital Artist-in-training, Student-in-perpetuum

One thought on “Morning Poem #33 by Scott F. Parker Leave a comment

  1. “The cat cleans herself with sharp purpose but neglects the rest of our home.” – That line made me laugh a little too loud. If only cats could clean a house as they clean themselves, Mr. Clean would be out of business.

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